this is such an intense scene

I can only explain the similarities between our!Kaneki and fake!Kaneki because the imposter has his face surgically changed to Kaneki’s. Without his control, of course. Wouldn’t surprise if it’s Kanou, who has an obessission with his prototype, who managed to make his face almost identical to Kaneki’s. That says more about Kanou than Furuta to be honest…

We will probably never know who exactly he was and how he ended up in Furuta’s “care” in the first place, but the pain and fear he felt was really intense that it made me actually quite depressed. 

And it goes without saying that this whole ordeal was scripted, just like Imposter’s reluctance to answer immediately, so Furuta give the audience a more dramatic show. This whole scene is getting even more disturbing if we consider that these investigators are not only indirectly cheering for the executions for their own collegues and citizens they actually should protect, but also that none of these investigators actually objected to these children, who have their eyes hidden with a cloth, doing the deed or even noticing that Furuta is using child soldiers. 

All in all, what I am saying is probably not something interesting, but this is so incredibly scary to me because Furuta literally treats this all as a freakshow and the investigators welcome it in their desperation. For the first time in my life I can actually sympathise Furuta’s enjoyment of hypocrisy. He must really get off to the fact that they indirectly stripped off their last remnants of humanity and compassion in favour of self-assurance and conquest of power.

And I am really glad that Urie as well as Ui witnessed this and were utterly disgusted. Urie, with his superiority complex and powergrasping, can’t even take a look at it. Although I am not sure if it’s just disgust, but also the possibility that it hit him pretty early that this ain’t Sasaki in the first place. But that his mouth wasn’t drawn shows to me that there is a great inner conflict, which I appreciate to be honest, even it could also indicate that he, for now, doesn’t intend to share his inner thoughts with anyone, or at least publically so to speak. But I won’t deny that there has been great character development with him in the first place, because there definitely was quite a lot of it prior to that scene.

And Ui, who is recognizing, no, admitting, the situation for what it is (although it is not the fist time that he anticipated that the CCG won’t last) and realises that the CCG is lost for good. Well, I would want to also have a realisation on his part that it was all illusion in the first place and that his mentality was never reconcilable with this organisation in the first place, but I am definitely satisfied for now. Although… the “weak” analogy was quite interesting, too. I am not quite sure if he is just referring to the physical stuff, as most investigators are not very strong in general, or if these people are weak because they are defying Ui’s mentality of what an investigator is supposed to act.

And I also wonder if he is shocked because he did some self-reflection in the process, too. 

And what I didn’t see being pointed out yet is Suzuya’s expression. Not only is he witnessing a demonstration of said freakshow he had to partake in himself throughout his childhood and thought to have abandoned it for good, only to discover that it’s practically dominating his own home. 

No, he also knows that his own collegues and the people he, they, swore to protect actually were killed by the protectors of mankind in front of them. 

He could not do a single thing about it. Did he think of Shinohara this time, too? What would he have said to this? 

Does he still intend to stick with the CCG? Or has his mistrust of Furuta reached its peak and thus is going to fight against Furuta’s new system?

I really hope Ui is going to drag Saiko’s, Urie’s and Suzuya’s assess out of there as soon as possible. 

anonymous asked:

After speaking to Teba's wife, when Revali was explaining to Link the Updraft he created, his voice sent chills down my spine. Then, when he (or you) said "Good luck sealing the darkness!" I literally got goosebumps. How can you go from such a serious voice to an action-packed scene so quickly?

Through about 50 different takes, apparently, because that’s how many times I had to say that damned line before we finally got one with the exact amount of cadence, intensity, and timing they needed to match the beak flaps and still convey the right emotion.

anonymous asked:

Hey, so i was rewatching the raven scene from 3.05 where she takes alie's chip and one of my favourite moments is when she stands in front of Alie because it looks like a mirror reflection! I thought that was such a good way to foreshadow 3.10 when Alie and Raven become 'one'. I was wondering what your favourite shot from that scene generally is? If you have one that is!

i love when i get messages about older episodes. before i go into a deeper analysis about my favorite shot(s), 3x05 is definitely one of the strongest episodes in season 3 in my opinion. i was absolutely floored about certain scenes and the direction overall because tim manages to bring the characters to life in a way where he puts a lot of focus on them as individuals but also starts to fuse the overarching story line together (more on the subtle end - but still) in a way that makes everything all the more powerful and intense.

so, very good episode for real.

but now onto your ask and regarding your favorite shot, i loved it too

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anonymous asked:

they cut Erin's scene with Platt in the locker room, I think she said some advice to her so that she would arrive at their apartment willing to deal with anything. I hate that they cut parts that make sense to everything.

I KNOW! I was super curious as to what was said because it looked like an intense conversation and that is probably what it was about but you know as you say important connecting scenes lost as usual…

anonymous asked:

"#why does he gotta show off his neck while maintaining eye contact like that #jinyoung" now you have me thinking about a wolf!au; he's baring his neck in submission but there's a challenge in his eyes. Vamp!Au could work as well... so.. tempting. Or you know, regular human teeth work just as well. :3

ooh I like that “but there’s a challenge in his eyes” because I definitely see Jinyoung as more of a dominant (have you seen how aggressive and competitive he can be?) so I like the idea of him being a dominant sub

I was thinking more of a scene where Jaebum sees Jinyoung at a club for the first time and Jinyoung is just seducing him and JB can’t help but only focus on Jinyoung and his neck and Jinyoung’s just maintaining that intense eye contact with a look that says ‘come get me’

A group of owls ready to attack. 🦉

  • griffin mcelroy sometimes: beautifully choreographed scenes spun off the top of his head, heart-wrenching characterization, astounding visuals, emotional and intense narration
  • griffin mcelroy other times: you just- you- you go very- very- uh, boys, you go very, *very* fast,


“well, they warned us it’d get dark, and as this episode, tantalisingly titled "the lying detective” unfolds, it’s clear this is, without doubt, the most chilling and creepy sherlock story so far. central villain culverton smith - played in stunning style by the great toby jones - has echoes of a certain real-life serial offender: a famous and wealthy figure so powerful and seemingly unassailable, he even gets the keys to the hospitals he helps fund. and sherlock knows he’s hiding his evilness in plain sight. less of a whodunit and more of a will-he-get-away-with-it, this breathtakingly intense episode climaxes WITH A TWIST THAT TRULY PULLS THE RUG FROM UNDER US"

also, the hospital he helps fund - obviously links to the scenes of the nurses walking along and john sitting in front of the hospital bed.

actual behind the scenes info for the Bye Bye Man:

  • the bye bye man’s backstory was going to be that he was a black man with albinism for no reason. it got cut because the director thought it was too “intense” and racially complex. i don’t know what that means.
  • the director does not think police can follow trains or figure out where trains come from. she said, “the reason he rides the train is because when he was murdered, his body was put on a train and sent far away so [authorities] wouldn’t be able to track the fact that the people who murdered him murdered him.” 
  • the choo choo man drops coins throughout the film. it is never explained why. apparently, they coins are psychically connected to his meat dog’s eyes and allow it to watch people.

Peter Cushing + That sexy neck thing he always does after getting choked out

Heinrich x Keiichi H-scene [bishounenpalace's edit]
Kuroda Takaya x Nakazawa Masatoma
Heinrich x Keiichi H-scene [bishounenpalace's edit]